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code which states advertising should not include religion or any religious theme. we wanted to talk about this and see what you think about their defense is it just fine or over the line? you can tweet them to us at foxfriendsfirst or shoot us an email at and we will read them later on in the show. the cleaver land kidnapping victim breaking their silence for the first time since being rescued from the house of horrors. >> i want to dwlaifrng one who helped me and my family through this entire ordeal. we will hear more from them straight ahead. >> randy travis is in a dallas hospital this morning. the latest on his condition is next. >> the grateful dead performed their last concert with jerry garcia at soldier field in chicago. the boys used double miles from their capital one venture card to fly home for the big family reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the venture card because you can fly any airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, you guys! and with double m
? she has a first amendment freedom of expression for her religion. why? >> bill: i don't know if improper is the right word. it's outrageous. >> it's unconstitutional. here is another word for you. >> bill: if you want to put a cross or star of david or crescent for the muslims around your neck. >> disturbing. put it that way. >> is she going to sue? is she going to take this further? >> she brought a letter saying i want an apology. this has been happening not just this one time but upsetting incidents. >> bill: that's a big cross though and that's a cross in play, right? that looks like the cross sister mary larona in the 3rd grade. almost hit me in the nose. >> but even if it's big, she has a right to wear it? >> she has an absolute right in a state school, freedom of expression. >> bill: we don't know whether she is going to litigate? >> she has got to show damages. >> it's been resolved so there is not going to be a financial recovery here. i think it's important for declaratory judgment so it doesn't happen to other people. she could tattoo a cross on herself if she want
it is religion within the ranks. we're talking about the military ranks. it seems like it is a problem for the white house. they're fighting an amendment that would guarantee free religious expression in the military. louisiana congressman john fleming is sponsoring that amendment and joins us now. congressman, thanks for joining us. how exactly is the white house justifying its opposition to what seems pretty straightforward defense of the first amendment? an individual's right to practice his religion. >> tucker, that's a great question. to be honest with you, the white house really is not defending their position. for some reason they don't want military members to be able to freely express their religious beliefs. and we've seen with this administration a broad front not just in the military but in other areas as well. >> it doesn't really add up. i mean, this is an administration that put a premium on protecting the rights of the individual right is beefed up, enforcement of various civil rights laws in the civil rights division of the justice department. you'd think they would be
shaving his beard once a significant thing in his culture to avoid religion. each time his wife became pregnant, doctors were told she was deaf and moot so she wouldn't have to speak. we are told the report fits with what he knows about bin laden, that he was a doting parent but a disciplinarian and very tight with money. >>> well, a russian lawmaker tweeted and deleted quickly a message today that said nsa leaker edward snowden has accepted venezuela's asylum offer. even if snowden it did accept the offer, how is he going to get there from moscow without flying over airspace belonging to the u.s. and its allies f. that happens the u.s. or its allies could force the plane to land a. and then of course take him into custody. so we looked into it. foreign policy reports snowden would have to, get ready for this, fly north to the barren sea and then over and through the denmark strait going south to steer clear of newfoundland flying in between some islands and eventually land in caracas. that's a round about flight. what about a plane? an i haveaviation company that want to be named or c
of jerusalem in some fashion that gives the two religions a sense of equality. demille tarization of the palestinian state and a deal based on 67 lines accommodations. 63% of israelis support that. i think netanyahu is clever. sometimes too opportunistic, but he's smart. >> he's pragmatic. >> 90% of americans support background checks and can not get that done here. public opinion polls don't always get you where you want -- >> sometimes they open the doors. >> i agree. >> let me ask you, because you talked about the possibility of obama being a transformational president in the foreign policy area. we can go through country by country. back to egypt, what, if anything, should he be doing differently than what he's doing now, which is not very much obviously, to make it come out the right way and assure his place in history? >> well, first of all, not to get overly involved publicly, this is a sensitive issue obviously within egypt and american meddling can be extremely counter productive. people don't like medalers and america has gotten the reputation of beak imperialistic. we h
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